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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Minneapolis-Spokane Radio Relay Route / WASHINGTON : 7'1 . ' '  DAKOTA'--'- I  /o.*Y 7 iOAHO  oC-*':--e" ,, " ,, ! I BISMARCK --FARGO SECTION UEND The new communications radio relay system to be installed be- tween Fargo and Winnipeg and be- tween Fargo and Bismarck is part of a natiowide development by the Bell Telephone System, is response to a rapid and continuing grolwtt in long distance usage. Northwestern Bell Telephone co. expects four new radi channels to .be in use by August of 1958, each providing up to 60 telephone / circuits Steel towers will support a new I- I /J'l design of horn reflector antenna which receives a signal, then boun- ties it an average oi 30 miles to the next station along the route. In the radio relay method of transmission, super high frequency radio waves called "microwaves" are sent from point to point. Like light beams, microwaves travel in a straight line and are focused like a spotlight from one antenna to the next Tower heights along the route to Winnipeg vary from 175 feet to 350 feet. PROUD CANINE MOTHER OF 14 ' THIS BLUE RIBBON winning English spaniel may look sad, but astir- ally she is a proud mother. Shown taking her litter of 14 for a stroll, Pert Pont is seen in the yard of her owner, John Breslin of Angeles. There are seven males and seven flwnales in the litter, FRITZ SCHOLARS ENROLL Six recipients of the first Chester Fritz scholarships have enrolled at the University of North Dakota this fall. Five undergraduates and one graduate received $5,000 of the more than $100,000 donated by Fritz to the University since December, 1956, according to . Lloyd Stone, direc- tor of the Alumni assn. The five undergraduates, who re- ceived $800 in awards, are Judith Ann Sturnick, Minot; Janet Park- Jason, BinarcM; Robert Nelson, Fargo; David MTers, Enderlin and Shirley Ebel, IAdgerwood. Glen Vttir, Inkster, received a $1,000 grant as a graduate of the Uni- versity. The scholarships, presented to students for the first time this year, are based on the individual charac- ter, dependability, scholarship and leadership. A minhnum of $5,000 is to be awarded annually Chester Fritz, a former Univer- sity student, established the Chester Fritz Scholarship Fund in 1956. It provides for a gift of $5,000 yearly, the largest scholarship trust ever established at UD. Fritz also contributed $10,000 in 950 and $20,000 a year later, to help make possible the contrihution of a swimming pool and artificial ice plant. Realizing the need for rrmre scholarships at the University, he established the Chester Fritz Scol- arship Fund in 1956. Selection of winners is made by the University Scholarship Committee to help worthy students in my home state", Fritz stipulated. Preference is given to North Dakota residents and grad- Halloween Treat Make Peanut Pumpkin, a nny and delicious dessert for the night of trick or treat. Apple-flavored gelatin, peanuts, apples and bananas are the popular ingredients of this unusual dessert mold. And, of course, the famous pumpkin grin placed deftly atop the whipped cream garnish adds the final trick to this Halloween treat. Peanut Pumpkin 1 package apple-flavored gelatin  cup diced apple teaspoon salt 1 banana, diced 1 cup hot water cup chopped peanuts 1 cup cold water  1 tablespoon lemon jui Sweetened whipped cream Dixsolve apple-flavored gelatin and salt in hot water. Add cold water and lemon juice Chill "until slightly thickened. Stir in apple, banana, and peanuts. "Pour into large mold with fiat bottom and fluted sides. Chill until firm. Unmold. Spread top with xweetened hipp. cream; then make pumpkin face n cream, using "th_r) 11; lmlv tn a triangle lor each eye, an apple wedge for to mouth, and a piece of apple for the nose. Makes 6 servings. / Plan Radio Rel0y From Bismarck To Billings As part of the new coast-to-coast radio relay system, Northwestern Bell Telephone co. announced plans this week for constpuction of a rad- io relay system between Bismarck and Billings, Mont. The fm prewously announced plans for relay construction projects from Bismarck to Fargo and from Fargo to Winnipeg. Construction is expected to start soon on the twelve buildings re- quired to house electrical equipment along the route. Completion is ex- pected by December of this year. Steel towers, to hold horn reflec- tor antennae, will be built adjacent to the buildings. The towers will range 87% feet at Bismarck and Big Horn, MOnt., to 325 feet et New Salem. Four radio channels will be pro- vided on one line, each able to pro- vide up to 600 telephone circuits. The route is to be placed in service in August, 1958. The route will start at the north- east city limits of Bismarck. It will go west through New Salem, Ante- lope, Dickinson, Fryburg and Sen- tinel Butte, and Glendive, Fallen, Miles City, Hathaway, Forsyth, Big Horn, Pompeys Pillar to Billings. uates of Lidgerwood high school, from which Fritz was graduated. Fritz, a world traveler, made his headquarters in China for 34 years as a representative there for ,e American Metal Company, Lt of New York. He then joined an in- vestment' and private banking firm which became Swan, Culbertson and Fritz. The firm has offiees in Montevideo, Buenos A2res, Snga- pore, Manila, Hang ong and Shang- hai and arbitrage connections in London, Amsterdam, New York:, Zurich and Bombay. --D-- 00;57,660 Tour { arris0n Dam A record nuner of visitors toured the Garrison dam installa- tion near Riverdale during the past season. The official tally through Sept. 30 is 257,66(N-approximately 58,000 more than visited the damsite in 1956. Tourists were from 40 states, Alas- ka and Hawaii, four Canadian prey. laces and six foreign countries. GAMBLING STAMPS ISSUED Eight $50 federal wagering tax. stamps have been issued in North Dakota for the fiseal year starting July 1, by the internal revenue of- rice in Fargo. The office has not issued any $250 tax stamps for the operation of coin machines. Weger- ing is taxed under ederal law. North Dakota law makes garbling illegal in any form. Seven of the eight stamps went to Grand Recre- ation of Fargo or to its employees. The eighth stamp was issued to Stephan J. Lindemann of Richard- ton. --EN- The NDAC soils department has provided North Dakota farmers with a soil testing service since 1953. To June 30, 1957, 11,350 samp- les were tested. Biggest Booster NGB|f BOOK for Jarnea R. Hoffa as Teamste pre- dent at Miami Beach, Fla., convention was James R. Hoffa mraIf. ( ltataU House Members To Ailend Project Hearing At least five members of the U. S. house subcommittee on irrigation and reclamation are expected to sit in on a hearing scheduled Oct. 30 at Devils Lake. Fred J Fredriekson, project co- ordinater in Wasngton for the state water commission, says Rep. Lee Metcalf (D-MONT) and J. Ed- gar Chenowith (R-COLe) will at- tend. Previously scbeduled to be pre- sent for the hearing on legislation North Dakota's Greatest WANT AD Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING RATES: 12c per word first insertion -- no od less than $2.40 10c per word each additional issue, $2.00 minimum I Send or Bring Your Want Ads to the Publisher of tht Paper North Dakota Newspaper Association SEND DIRECP TO MAIN and MAND&N SlgE BISMARCK, NORI DAKOTA concerning the Garrison diversion project were Reps Wayne Aspinall (D-Idaho), E. Y. Berry (C-SD) and A. L. Miller (R-Neb). Fre,drickson and other members of a planning committee met re- cently in the office of state en- gineer Mile Hoisveen to complete plans for the hearing. The congsaional eommittee, ac- companied by Gay. John E. Davis, will take a tour of Garrison Dam, Snake Creek embankment and the proposed Lonetree reservoir Oct. 29 one day prior to the hearing. The planning committee said 47 witnesses have indicated they will appear on behalf of Garrison di- version. HIGHWAY APPOINTMENTS State highway commissioner, A. W. Wentz this week designated Robert E. Bradley chief engineer of the state highway department. Bradley has been department road design engineer, having served in the department since 1934. Bradley succeeds M. P Wynkoop, who will henceforth serve as director of staff I services. Wynkoop will supervise all pre-construction operations, in- cluding plan and design, Wentz also annoUnced appointment of W. A. i Wise as director of field services, supervising all construction and field operations. North Dakota's 197 crop of cres- i ted wheatgrass seed is estimated at i 510,000 pounds, nearly three times the size of the 1956 crop. GRAND FORKS FLUORIDATES Grand Forks this week joined other North Dakota cities in ap- proving fluoridation of mnicipal water supplies. The list of commu- nities now supplying fluoridated water now includes Bismarck, Man- dan, Faro, Valley City, Jamestown, Minot, Dickinson and Williston. Wahpeton's water has natural fluor- idation. --4:N- PSC GETS COURT ORDER The North Dakota public service commission has received a court order from Ward county district judge, A. J. Gronna, authorizing it to obtain information on the producers' price of North Dakota natural gas. The PSC has attempted or nearly two years to determine whether Montana Dakota Utilities co. pays too high a price for the gas it supplies to communities in northwestern North Dakota. buys North Dakota gas from Am- erada Petroleum corp. and Signal Oil and Gas co These two com- panies, not parties to the case, have resisted the PSC's attempts to learn the value they place on the gas when it is sold to MDU Armed with the new court order, the PSC will now ask Arnerada and Signal how they value the gas when they pay the state tax on oil and gas production, according to Charles Murphy, special counsel for the commission. ---D-- Select the best heifers from your beef herd for replacement use be- fore you sell your cattle for slaugh- ter. AS SHE SHOWS . . . SO SHALL WE PEEP Doreen Johnson, petite C,M Proving round secretary, carefully lifts the dust jacket from the rear end of a 1958 Chevrolet, reveal- ing a small portion of the startling new styling which will dht- tnu;sh the new line of cars soon to be unveiled to the public. For Sale Or Trade 18 For Sale. Trade or Rent. Armstronr Iewa. $11.000.00 modern, mercantile butldinr 2flx9@ Apt. 20x25. l-stl dry bale, merit Very O.-- ".' 'ClE+er--Immediate sion. Mrs. ouerworth. R22tmsses'So. Phillis.__ Al;cema. Iowa 16-18 Pets 13 U. Silver LaaJalaShenherd  Mltaan able. GW Gernum Lawler Wanted_________ To Buy 22 PO00. not es nlffn Ntate aae size, , d No 101457. Bi- merck. N Dak. Seed And Feed 5 uy wood seed wheat and flax direct from Canada State amount and variety preferred for nrice ouotations from. Thompson Exort Secd Lta ..... m.anitoDa On I-" .... - mellm. ,uernatmna 83 .highway 16-26 eels. Write for rice list .... 16.-19 Help Wanted 24 collect ------"=.wfromm au':'--?[, ated to a'vlee lind ]No ",- - ,,,,ame.r4e vena|nr math u se**zn. .,a_l e _. ........ es. enees and Se. ,,u.mmena4. Gar. refer. ' '"-' WorKmsr caDltal nee 7 teal2, hhors weekly nets to $25a eee_se.rr. " a  _ 1"11. hone Writ . v. ,ox 7004. Mmneaolis 11, Minn. 1 -------___Male Help Wanted 25 ^__; ..... :,,,.,o *n Fewer;tilde and ood alary i ,. an shah. Very hoild., wtt ,'.7" e nu. .. TO rlmt man into e:ceede $8 000 Avq3iy t ..... m ' " ., Zrl oP aDDolnt- ment. Tom Blown. LeSueur. Minn, -6 Miscelaneous For Sale 12 ,---------_.__.__ WRECKING FOR PARTS 56 Ford. Chev. Studs.. Ply., Buick. Pont: 5 Ford. nv.. Studs,, Ply.. Mere.. Pont.. Pack. ard, Dod 54 Ford. Chev., Studs.. PI.. W'illyl. .__ ,. .ev., Bulek. Cad.. Chr.. De- wo k Mere. Ply. Pont. Stuck. -.-o: nevl.. 58. 48-54 1 & 8/4 T. xnernational 55-L190: Ford 52-F6 48-52 T. GMC 52. 450: Stnde. 5 3/4 T. ;1- RI6. 49-R16 Wilh, s 4-wh. Dr. Wreekin over 300 cars & Trucks. 1929 thru 1957. I1 art wuaranI. South Side Salvage oe 2-28 anbox  IOWa. Write. wire or phone Orders shlvvl Oromuflv. IS F.rm, For ,sl@ FOR SAL ; Unimproved 80. E 112 of NE I/4. See. 8, Two. 137. R. 36. Otter Tail Co.. Minn. Write each offer. Mrs. O. E. Btterworth. 322 So. Phillips. Alwona. Iowa. 16-18 For Sale-88 aers farm. /80 acres uder CulUvxtlon. all |olnlnm near Hawley. Good water, m'vel road. REA. Telephone, Terms. Adoloh Kramer. Dial 7851. Haw- Icy. Minnesota. 16-11 Notice 29 Rolls Develops4-  hor tarries. Ome t prints 8So. One met Jumbm 40e. Fox Photofinlxhin, Bfllil, Mont. 4941 Personal 38 CAR FOR UNXARRr Florence Crittto Home. 711 lgtlt Fargo, North Dakota. Wrlt tntendent for infermatkm. &ll lat,l ,mnfidntlal. IJ t. Livestock T Reatl J .vi dnm f ul $180.0 One hdfer to f]lhe  ]Dee. $180.00 St. Marf lla Rdlak. MlmL PURN BRED POI.,IJE mRD and betfr L . NI. Wflte N. D. MINIrOT& DAIRY COWs FR ana at-all thua. at tke Nod 18bzr Tattly Farm, Ii  I of Blsmat. all Highway 10.  51 Polled Herford C4tttls 88 bulls. 18 femalm at Mlnn-Kot Polled Hereford Sale. Oetor 19. 1987 Winter Show Barn. Valley City. North Dakota Herd- bulls and rana bnllx eleeted from 17 out- standing herde in Mineta and North Da- kota will be Ild. 18-18 Bier. rugzed, meat-tyue reistercd Hamu- shires. Two eaxlings. Five choice 1956 fall and several svrin boars. Clinton Child Mavleton. Minn. 16-19 Registered Hampshire yearlin and ram lambs. Win. D. Harrlnrton. 2 miles W..  mile N, 8/4 mile E. of Hendrum. Minn. P. O.. Grandin. N. Dak. 16-18 Have tome outtandl reilred Short- horn bulls rd and roan in colors, weight around 10O0 Ibs.. all yearllna Cn k seen at the Ormlston Ranch south of Judson. Phone collect 4914. New Salem. if Interested. I$-I 14th Annual Regional Shorthorn Show and Sele FAIRGROUNDS PAVILION, JAMESTOWN, N. D. Tuesday, Oct, 22 Show 9 a.m. Sale 1 p.m. 8 bulls. Tops of breeders frOm Minn., N. D, Moat, and S. D., including numerous Cha,pions frmn the State Fair. Good strong aged bulls of top quality ready for service. 14 females including nttmerous prospectS for FFA and 4-H projectS, eligible to show at Valley City Futurity. WRIT FOR CATALOG Is Your Competitor Ahead of You? ]f so, and you would like to be the "Number One" hardware store in your town, why not join the fastest growing and most time-tested Hardware Program in the United States, The MARSHALL WELLS STORE PROGRAM. There can only be so much hardware business taken from one area. If you want to be sure that you will be getting your share now and into the future, why not join the Hardware Retailing Program that will help you be the "Number One" dealer in your area. The MARSHALL WELLS STORES PROGIATI has proven itself to be the most desired and stable of them all. Let us show you how you can get your share and more of the business in your town. You will be under no obligation to anyone by writing to: L.J. Johnson, Stores Development Manager, Marshall Wells Company, Duluth, Minnesota. Bismarck, N. Dak. 1957--16 North Dakota Newspaper Assn. Members of Congress receive no extra compensation for work on committee. Committee membership is sought for the influence it carr- ies, opportunity for service and its political importance. Brick is beautiful and ever- lasting, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance costs. Provides better resale value and will make your house a dream home. Hebron Brick CO. NIBRON, 14. D.